Selina vs. the demonization of politics
For Selina, “the demonization of politics is a very bad thing for Brazil, it’s very negative, because it seems like good people don’t go into politics.”
Acting Governor Celina Leo condemned what she called the “demonization of politics” in a statement to District Attorney Tiago Manzoni that was broadcast this Wednesday, International Women’s Day, the 8th.
For Celina, “the demonization of politics is a very bad thing for Brazil, it’s very negative because it seems like good people don’t go into politics.”
However, teaches the governor, “there is no such transformation in the country that is not carried out through policies such as the decision to eradicate illiteracy or strengthen the role of women”.
Celina took advantage of an interview hosted by Tiago Manzoni from A Direita em all Directions to promote the role of women in politics. “A woman’s view is very unique, because she is able to perceive what we experience in our daily life. The women’s bench improved several bills that reached the Federal House, bringing that sensibility. Women are very necessary in politics,” said the governor.
Overcome the difficulties that arise
Speaking about the events of January 8, Selina said in an interview that “we’ve been able to overcome every challenge we’ve had, but it’s something I wouldn’t wish on anyone to go through what I had to go through.” .
He said that “in four terms, my political life has never been easy, I have always been very persecuted because I was an opposition MP, but all the persecutions and difficulties I have gone through have made me for this moment that I am living”. .
The advantage for him is that he has always been present on all fronts after storming the power headquarters. He disclosed that in a meeting with governors, based on testimony, President Lula himself believed that the interventions of the federal district were undemocratic. In her first interview, Selina faced questions from journalists around the world, which “all had a very strong impact.”
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But, he concluded, “all the difficulties forged us, gave us even more maturity”. Celina revealed that she always looked forward to the early return of Governor Ibanez, as “I never had doubts about my interim term.” He spent sleepless nights, “but the population got to know me better.”